Applying for a Masters Degree in Leiden

If you're wishing you could stay with us a little longer following your exchange programme, have a look at our extensive list of English-language 1 or 2 year Master's programmes.

Almost all master's programmes in the Faculty of Humanities at Leiden University are fully English-taught. As an exchange student, you have had the advantage of being able to try out several different areas of study at undergraduate level. You have also had the opportunity to meet a number of our professors and instructors. If you choose to apply to a master's programme at Leiden, those factors can help you make an advised decision.

Applicants who have previously studied at Leiden University, including exchange students, are not required to pay the application fee.

All information about the programmes on offer and the application process can be found on the Masters in Leiden website. A quick overview of the programmes available specifically in the Faculty of Humanities can be found on the Faculty's website.

If you'd like more information or would like to explore your options, why not join us at our Master Orientation day in Leiden on Friday, November 6th, 2015?

If you have any questions, you can of course ask our Humanities International Office and we can point you in the right direction.

Last Modified: 22-06-2015